Skip to comments.Find The Closest Natural Nuclear Bunker to Your Home?
Posted on 09/14/2015 2:08:13 PM PDT by C. Nelson
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I think there’s a salt mine near Waller. Not sure how big or deep it is though.
“For example, just 1200 Feet below Detroit...”
Oh, just 1200 feet below you say? Well, I’m hop in my self-propelled drilling apparatus and swing on over...
Easy enough to get down there, but a lot tougher to get back up...
Not Mont Bellvieu, but in Hockley.
Actual mining like a coal mine.
Hockley salt mine. At lest 1500 ft deep.
Maybe it isn’t anymore..
Had to go back to ‘88 to find a decent mention of it...
What could go wrong spending time with "over 5 million people" 1200' under Detroit?
And people thought the Astrodome after Karina was bad.
Looking forward to spending some time in 111.
American Association of Petroleum Geologists did a tour back in 2006.
I'm guessing they weren't opening for Ozzy.
Still and all, there is supposed to be a dome fulla crapgoo under there.
LOL! I’m screwed.
The closes “mines” to the DC area are:
Gina Mines, State Farm Real Estate Agent
These Eyes of Mines
Dr. Sabilika Mines, MD
The Water Mine Family Swimming Hole
The National Mining Association.
Frankly, following the logic of this article, my best bet would be to follow the subway lines to Crystal City or Ballston Station.
“We’ve got provisions and lots of beer/The key word is survival on the New Frontier”
>>>> For example, just 1200 Feet below Detroit there is a salt mine that can easily shelter over 5 million people. <<<<
>> Other than food, water and toilet facilities. <<
So it’s just like above-ground Detroit?
Katrina proved that is not such a good idea
I have my areas nuclear bunker locations. They are in a book called Personal and Family Survival A well written book. Has maps for everyone’s local area. It was published by the DoD Office of Civil Defense in 1966. They were given to everyone back then.
Kinda makes ya wonder what all the money spent on the Department of Homeland Security really gets ya.
Crapgoo is dangerous stuff. It should be kept in salt mines.
Meanwhile in Mont Bellvieu, we keep putting more holes in ours and expanding the ones we got.
Hat tip to FreedomPoster for the heads up!
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